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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 34: Poster 1

Dienstag, 13. März 2012, 16:30–19:00, Poster.I+II

16:30 Q 34.1 Design of an LQG controller to stabilise an optical resonator — •Dirk Schütte, Maximilian Wimmer, Timo Denker, Michèle Heurs, and Karsten Danzmann
16:30 Q 34.2 Enlighten the AEI 10m Prototype Interferometer — •Thimotheus Alig for the AEI 10m Prototype Team
16:30 Q 34.3 Kohärente Feed-Forward-Regelung von Quantensystemen — •Maximilian Wimmer, Timo Denker, Dirk Schütte, Michèle Heurs und Karsten Danzmann
16:30 Q 34.4 Coating thermal noise interferometer — •Tobias Westphal for the AEI 10m Prototype team
16:30 Q 34.5 Deep phase modulation interferometry — •Thomas Schwarze, Felipe Guzman Cervantes, Oliver Gerberding, Gerhard Heinzel, and Karsten Danzmann
16:30 Q 34.6 From Maxwell Equations to Bose-Einstein Condensation of Photons — •Tobias Rexin, Carsten Henkel, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 34.7 Deviations from Gross-Pitaevskii dynamics for Bose-Einstein condensates in double-well potentials — •Bettina Gertjerenken, Stephan Arlinghaus, Niklas Teichmann, and Christoph Weiss
16:30 Q 34.8 Bose-Einstein condensates in optical micro-potentials — •Johannes Küber, Thomas Lauber, Felix Schmaltz, and Gerhard Birkl
16:30 Q 34.9 Bose-Einstein Condensation of Photons with Dye Quantum Dots in an Optical Microcavity — •David Dung, Tobias Damm, Julian Schmitt, Jan Klärs, Frank Vewinger, and Martin Weitz
16:30 Q 34.10 Condensate Depletion due to Correlated Disorder — •Christopher Gaul and Cord A. Müller
16:30 Q 34.11 Quantum turbulence in an ultracold Bose gas — •Boris Nowak, Maximilian Schmidt, Jan Schole, Denes Sexty, and Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 34.12 Solitons in ultracold bose gases out of equilibrium — •Sebastian Erne, Boris Nowak, and Thomas Gasenzer
16:30 Q 34.13 Using hybrid systems to probe BEC features — •Mathias Schneider and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 34.14 Kopplung von Testmassenverkippung in das longitudinale Signal in der Präzisionslaserinterferometrie — •Sandra Weber, Karsten Danzmann, Gerhard Heinzel, Michael Troebs und Johanna Bogenstahl
16:30 Q 34.15 Coherence of single spins in diamond in nanometer distance to the surface — •Tobias Staudacher, Fazhan Shi, Sébastien Pezzagna, Jan Meijer, Alexander Petrajtis, Boris Naydenov, Jiangfeng Du, Andrej Denisenko, Friedemann Reinhard, and Jörg Wrachtrup
16:30 Q 34.16 Evaporation and expansion of ultracold gases calculated on GPUs — •Roman Nolte
16:30 Q 34.17 High Resolution Probing and Manipulation of Ultra Cold Quantum Gases — •Felix Stubenrauch, Andreas Vogler, Ralf Labouvie, Peter Würtz, Giovanni Barontini, Vera Guarrera, and Herwig Ott
16:30 Q 34.18 General Relativistic Mean-Field Description of Bose-Einstein Condensates — •Oliver Gabel and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 34.19 Zerfall und Dynamik von Doublonen im Bose-Hubbard-Modell auf einem hexagonalen Gitter — •Holger Niehus und Daniela Pfannkuche
16:30 Q 34.20 Feshbach Resonances in 40K — •Jasper Simon Krauser, Jannes Heinze, Nick Fläschner, Sören Götze, Christoph Becker, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 34.21 Towards local probing of ultracold Fermi gases — •Kai Morgener, Wolf Weimer, Jan Henning Drewes, Niels Strohmaier, and Henning Moritz
16:30 Q 34.22 Strategy for the optical preperation of an ultracold Bose-Fermi mixture of Li and Cs — •Robert Heck, Marc Repp, Rico Pires, Juris Ulmanis, Stefan Schmidt, Romain Müller, and Matthias Weidemüller
16:30 Q 34.23 Multi-component fermionic quantum gases in optical lattices — •Jannes Heinze, Jasper Simon Krauser, Nick Fläschner, Sören Götze, Christoph Becker, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 34.24 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions of Single Cs Atoms in an Ultracold Rb Cloud — •Farina Kindermann, Nicolas Spethmann, Dieter Meschede, and Artur Widera
16:30 Q 34.25 Generation of non-classical states of matter using spinor dynamicsBernd Lücke, Manuel Scherer, Jens Kruse, Luca Pezze, Frank Deuretzbacher, Philipp Hyllus, Oliver Topic, •Jan Peise, Wolfgang Ertmer, Jan Arlt, Luis Santos, Augusto Smerzi, and Carsten Klempt
16:30 Q 34.26 Towards ultra-cold Bose-Fermi experiments in 2D optical lattices — •Nadine Meyer, Michael Holinsky, Mathis Baumert, Marisa Perea Ortiz, Kai Bongs, and Jochen Kronjäger
16:30 Q 34.27 Beyond mean-field dynamics in open Bose-Hubbard chains — •Anton Ivanov, Georgios Kordas, and Sandro Wimberger
16:30 Q 34.28 Dipolar Bose-Einstein Condensates in Weak Anisotropic Disorder Potentials — •Branko Nikolić, Antun Balaž, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 34.29 A Single Vortex in a Bose-Einstein Condensate — •Hamid Al-Jibbouri, Nikolas Zöller, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 34.30 Geometric Resonances in BECs with Two- and Three-body Contact Interactions — •Hamid Al-Jibbouri, Ivana Vidanović, Antun Balaž, and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 34.31 Collision of two-dimensional anisotropic solitons — •Damir Zajec, Patrick Köberle, and Günter Wunner
16:30 Q 34.32 Exceptional points at bifurcations in dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates — •Robin Gutöhrlein, Jörg Main, and Günter Wunner
16:30 Q 34.33 Extended variational calculations of the stability and dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates — •Manuel Kreibich, Jörg Main, and Günter Wunner
16:30 Q 34.34 Bogoliubov Theory for Dipolar Bose Gas at Low Temperatures — •Tomasz Checinski and Axel Pelster
16:30 Q 34.35 Collisional interactions of metastable neon in different spin states — •Jan Schütz, Alexander Martin, Sanah Altenburg, and Gerhard Birkl
16:30 Q 34.36 Nonlinear Interaction Between Light Pulses Mediated by Four-Wave Mixing of Matter Waves — •Simon Baur, Stefan Riedl, Christoph Vo, Matthias Lettner, Gerhard Rempe, and Stephan Dürr
16:30 Q 34.37 Functional Renormalization Group Approach to the BCS-BEC Crossover — •Carlo Krimphoff and Lorenz Bartosch
16:30 Q 34.38 Interaction and Trapping Effects on 2D Topological Insulators in Optical Lattices — •Michael Buchhold, Daniel Cocks, Peter P. Orth, Stephan Rachel, Karyn Le Hur, and Walter Hofstetter
16:30 Q 34.39 Calaculation of the boune trajectory and macroscopic quantum tunneling rates of BEC with attractive 1/r-interaction — •Pascal Wieland, Kai Marquardt, Jörg Main, and Günter Wunner
16:30 Q 34.40 Rydberg-dressed Bose-Einstein condensates — •Nils Henkel, Fabian Maucher, Fabio Cinti, Rejish Nath, Mark Saffmann, Wieslaw Krolikowski, Stefan Skupin, and Thomas Pohl
16:30 Q 34.41 Collective scattering into the mode of an optical cavitySimone Bux, •Hannah Tomczyk, Dag Schmidt, Philippe Courteille, and Claus Zimmermann
16:30 Q 34.42 Cavity cooling of an atomic array — •Oxana Mishina and Giovanna Morigi
16:30 Q 34.43 Optical trapping of neutral mercury — •Holger John, Patrick Villwock, and Thomas Walther
16:30 Q 34.44 Interplay of cavity and EIT-cooling with neutral atoms in an optical resonator — •Sebastian Manz, Wolfgang Alt, Tobias Kampschulte, René Reimann, Seokchan Yoon, and Dieter Meschede
16:30 Q 34.45 Towards Ultracold Mixtures on an Atom Chip — •Matthew Jones, Asaf Paris Mandoki, Sonali Warriar, Peter Krüger, and Lucia Hackermüller
16:30 Q 34.46 Using a single-atom tip electron source for ground state guiding of electrons — •Jakob Hammer, Johannes Hoffrogge, and Peter Hommelhoff
16:30 Q 34.47 New nanofiber based trapping schemes and their applications — •Daniel Reitz, Bernhard Albrecht, Rudolf Mitsch, Philipp Schneeweiss, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 34.48 State preparation of cold cesium atoms in a nanofiber-based two-color dipole trap — •Rudolf Mitsch, Daniel Reitz, Philipp Schneeweiss, and Arno Rauschenbeutel
16:30 Q 34.49 a K-Rb setup for probing fermions in optical lattices — •Lucia Duca, Tracy Li, Monika Schleier-Ssmith, Martin Boll, Martin Reitter, Jens Phillip Ronzheimer, Ulrich Schneider, and Immanuel Bloch
16:30 Q 34.50 Enhanced loading for ultracold Calcium ensembles — •Max Kahmann, Sebastian Kraft, Oliver Appel, Dennis Le Plat, and Uwe Sterr
16:30 Q 34.51 Cavity cooling below the recoil limit — •Hans Keßler, Matthias Wolke, Jens Klinder, and Andreas Hemmerich
16:30 Q 34.52 Atomic scattering of metastable neon atoms — •Christian Cop and Reinhold Walser
16:30 Q 34.53 2D/3D-MOT System for the Production of Quantum-Degenerate Gases of Ytterbium — •Sören Dörscher, Alexander Thobe, Bastian Hundt, Christoph Becker, and Klaus Sengstock
16:30 Q 34.54 Using ytterbium to study many body physics in ultra-cold quantum gases — •Christian Hofrichter, Francesco Scazza, Pieter de Groot, Philip Ketterer, Immanuel Bloch, and Simon Fölling
16:30 Q 34.55 Towards submicron trapping of ultra cold ensembles in cryogenic environments — •Christian Koller, Lucia Hackermüller, Samanta Piano, Mark Fromhold, and Peter Krüger
16:30 Q 34.56 Effects of geometry, size and dimensionality on the dynamics of correlated Rydberg gases — •Martin Gärttner, Thomas Gasenzer, and Jörg Evers
16:30 Q 34.57 A rate equation based model with exact two-body correlations — •Kilian Heeg and Jörg Evers
16:30 Q 34.58 Narrow Band Excitation of a Dense Rydberg Gas in an Optical Dipole Trap — •Henning Labuhn, Christoph Hofmann, Georg Günter, Hanna Schempp, Martin Robert-de-Saint- Vincent, Shannon Whitlock, and Matthias Weidemüller
16:30 Q 34.59 (contribution withdrawn) Ultra-longe-range Rydberg molecules in crossed electric and magnetic fields — •Markus Kurz and Peter Schmelcher
16:30 Q 34.60 A Biprism-Interferometer for Ions and charged Molecules — •Andreas Pooch, Alexander Rembold, Georg Schütz, Franz Hasselbach, Ing-Shouh Hwang, and Alexander Stibor
16:30 Q 34.61 Compact electronics for laser system in microgravity — •Thijs Wendrich, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Ernst Maria Rasel
16:30 Q 34.62 Propagation of classical light through non-stationary but spatially homogeneous media — •Armen G. Hayrapetyan, Karen K. Grigoryan, Babken V. Khachatryan, Rubik G. Petrosyan, and Stephan Fritzsche
16:30 Q 34.63 An optical dipole trap as a source for atom interferometry — •Dennis Schlippert, Jonas Hartwig, Ulrich Velte, Daniel Tiarks, Sven Ganske, Olga Lysov, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Ernst Rasel
16:30 Q 34.64 CASI Gyroscope Experiment — •Sven Abend, Peter Berg, Gunnar Tackmann, Christian Schubert, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Ernst M. Rasel
16:30 Q 34.65 MAIUS - a rocket-borne atom-optical experiment — •André Kubelka, Sven Herrmann, and the QUANTUS Team
16:30 Q 34.66 Matter-wave interferometry with Bose-Einstein condensates within the scaling approximation — •Wolfgang Zeller, Stefan Arnold, Stephan Kleinert, Endre Kajari, Vincenzo Tamma, Albert Roura, Wolfgang P. Schleich, and the QUANTUS-TEAM
16:30 Q 34.67 Representation-free description of matter wave interferometry — •Stephan Kleinert, Wolfgang Zeller, Vincenzo Tamma, Albert Roura, Endre Kajari, Daniel M. Greenberger, Ernst M. Rasel, and Wolfgang P. Schleich
16:30 Q 34.68 Towards a dual species matter-wave interferometer in microgravity — •Tammo Sternke, Claus Lämmerzahl, Ernst M. Rasel, and the QUANTUS TEAM
16:30 Q 34.69 Glass-ceramic based laser systems for atom optics in microgravity — •Hannes Duncker, Klaus Sengstock, and the LASUS Team
16:30 Q 34.70 Mach-Zehnder type interferometry with Bose-Einstein condensates in microgravity — •Markus Krutzik, Achim Peters, and the QUANTUS Team
16:30 Q 34.71 Double-diffraction scheme for a Bragg matter-wave interferometerEnno Giese, •Albert Roura, Ernst M. Rasel, and Wolfgang P. Schleich
16:30 Q 34.72 Advanced laser systems for atom interferometry in microgravity — •Markus Krutzik, Achim Peters und the QUANTUS Team
16:30 Q 34.73 Towards an optical Al+ clock using quantum logic — •Sana Amairi, Jannes Wübbena, Olaf Mandel, and Piet Schmidt
16:30 Q 34.74 Microwave driven nanoscopic resolution of two neighbour single NV centres in diamond: Micro-(wave)-scopy — •Andreas Häußler, Luca Marseglia, Florian Striebel, Manfred Bürzele, Ressa Said, Pascal Heller, Philip Hemmer, Jörg Wrachtrup, and Fedor Jelezko
16:30 Q 34.75 Towards High Precision Laser Spectroscopy and Ground-State Cooling of a Mixed Species Coulomb Crystal — •David-M. Meier, Jonas Keller, Karsten Pyka, Kristijan Kuhlmann, and Tanja E. Mehlstäubler
16:30 Q 34.76 Ultrastable laser system for a magnesium optical lattice clock — •Steffen Rühmann, Andre Pape, Temmo Wübbena, André Kulosa, Hrishikesh Kelkar, Dominika Fim, Klaus Zipfel, Wolfgang Ertmer, and Ernst M. Rasel
16:30 Q 34.77 Building a transportable optical lattice clock — •Stefan Vogt, Sebastian Häfner, Stephan Falke, Uwe Sterr, and Christian Lisdat
16:30 Q 34.78 Nanoscale sensing of a magnetic topology — •Alexander Gerstmayr, Christoph Müller, Fedor Jelezko, Marcus Liebmann, and Markus Morgenstern
16:30 Q 34.79 Influence of Photon Number Statistics on the Relative Detection Efficiency Calibration of Single Photon Detectors — •Waldemar Schmunk, Silke Peters, Helmuth Hofer, Johannes Dühn, and Stefan Kück
16:30 Q 34.80 A resonator-based optical lattice setup for an Yb clock — •Tobias Franzen, Charbel Abou Jaoudeh, Gregor Mura, and Axel Görlitz
16:30 Q 34.81 Absorptionsmessungen durch photothermische Selbstphasenmodulation — •Christoph Krüger, Jessica Steinlechner und Roman Schnabel
16:30 Q 34.82 Blackbody radiation shift correction of an optical lattice clock from dc Stark shift measurements — •Thomas Middelmann, Stephan Falke, Uwe Sterr, and Christian Lisdat
16:30 Q 34.83 Frequenzkämme für µ-g Experimente — •Tobias Wilken, Matthias Lezius, Theodor W. Hänsch, and Ronald Holzwarth
16:30 Q 34.84 Towards a test of the Universality of Free Fall with atoms in a drop tower — •Sascha Kulas, Andreas Resch, Marcus Stadtlander, and Sven Herrmann
16:30 Q 34.85 High performance iodine frequency reference — •Matthias Reggentin, Klaus Döringshoff, Moritz Nagel, Evgeny V. Kovalchuk, Thilo Schuldt, Anja Keetman, Claus Braxmaier, and Achim Peters
16:30 Q 34.86 Precision spectroscopy of atomic hydrogen: 2s-4p transitionAxel Beyer, Arthur Matveev, Christian G. Parthey, Nikolay Kolachevsky, •Janis Alnis, Thomas Udem, and Theodor W. Hänsch
16:30 Q 34.87 A mobile high-precision atom interferometer to measure local gravity — •Matthias Hauth, Vladimir Schkolnik, Christian Freier, Alexander Senger, Malte Schmidt, and Achim Peters
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